#RETT #SEOTuesday: Link Stealing

by Justin McHood

in #RETT

Our first #SEOTuesday was a success. We all got into a room and plotted against everyone who wasn’t there how we could go and steal all of their links and rule the world.

Ok, so maybe that is a stretch.

But we did learn how to “steal” links – and have pretty much everyone thank you for helping make the web a better place.

Here is the slide deck from the presentation – and if you weren’t there this week, be sure to join us next week for more #SEOTuesday fun!

If you are a local SEO in Phoenix and want to lead next weeks #SEOTuesday session (you guys know who you are :) ), get in touch with me and I will get with you about possible subjects.

See everyone next week!

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1 Shar Rundio February 16, 2010 at 7:20 pm

Thanks for the great info today, Justin! I really enjoyed it as usual. Can’t wait to see what else you have for us! I think Jay took the “stealing” theme a little too seriously though when he stole the domain example I threw out.

2 Justin McHood February 16, 2010 at 7:23 pm

Hahaha!

Yeah, it was fun to see Jay go crazy… won’t be long before #thompsonsarmy dominates another valley neighborhood I suspect.

Thanks for coming and contributing – roundtables are fun when they are small!

Justin

3 Rail Life February 16, 2010 at 8:17 pm

Today was a lot of fun, thanks for some good info.
I talked to Chuck, he will show up for one of these, soon. :-)
The topic rocks, looking forward to a lot of great info coming from this group.

4 Evo Terra February 16, 2010 at 9:42 pm

You sneaky, cheeky bastard. Every time you open your mouth and the word “SEO” comes out, I cringe. I’m expecting you to spew forth some black-hat shit.

But you don’t.

This actually is a damned good idea. I’m not sure how scaleable it is, but it does seem a smart play.

Sneaky and cheeky. That’s a good description of you, Justin. Well done.

E.

5 Justin McHood February 17, 2010 at 6:44 pm

Ok, I had to take all day to think about this comment and now that I have thought about it…

This might be one of the best compliments I have gotten.

Ever.
:)

6 Scott Warga April 15, 2010 at 8:47 pm

OK Justin,
I just found your blog but I don’t see the slide deck on link stealing.
I guess I am going to have to take you to lunch and pick your brain.

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